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    jamie

    outlook, ie7, frontpage 2003, corel x3, photoshop cs, office

    i couldnt work without above. (especially corel / fp / ps)

    you?


    (*i could still work with corel 4, photoshop 3 and Fp98 however...)


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    PaoloM

    jamie wrote:
    outlook, ie7, frontpage 2003, corel x3, photoshop cs, office

    i couldnt work without above. (especially corel / fp / ps)

    you?

    Office 2007, Product Studio (internal management app), XmlSpy, Ultraedit, Visual Studio 2008 (to keep on the taskbar to impress when devs come visit my office Smiley)

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    Cannot​Resolve​Symbol

    Can they be must-have Student apps?

    Office 2007, Mozilla Firefox, Altera Quartus II, Freescale CodeWarrior (Codewarrior has to have one of the worst text editors ever for C++), Visual C++ 2008 Express (actually, I don't need the last two this semester, but I did last semester, so they're must-haves).

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    SlackmasterK

    jamie wrote:
    outlook, ie7, frontpage 2003, corel x3, photoshop cs, office

    i couldnt work without above. (especially corel / fp / ps)
    you?

    (*i could still work with corel 4, photoshop 3 and Fp98 however...)


    Outlook, VS2005, ( Paint.NET | Photoshop ), Paint, MSIE

    Coincidentally, I do require Photoshop for my personal projects.  More specifically, cropping rectangles out of my panoramas; Unless Paint.NET has a way to lock the aspect ratio of a selection and I can't find it.


    ... Dude, FrontPage? No offense, but that's like one step above authoring web pages in Word.

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    Xaero_​Vincent

    Photoshop, Firefox, OpenOffice, Super Tux Kart.

    I'll probably also use Microsoft Visual Web Developer and Dreamweaver when I begin working on my personal web site. I'll probably have to pull out some of my books because I forgot some things. Smiley

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    Xaero_​Vincent

    Paint.NET looks nice and it's also being ported over to Mono, which is cool news for me.

    But if you have Photoshop, just use that and that... it works everywhere too.


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    jamie

    SlackmasterK wrote:
    

    ... Dude, FrontPage? No offense, but that's like one step above authoring web pages in Word.



    ummm NO.. it is the most advanced wysiwyg editor ever created - and the new expression ruins it by removing inline view tab, no draw free form tables and clutters the F out of the UI

    call me anything you like... but FP fN ROCKS

    (code too!)

    (..uh ya thats 2003 ver not before..)


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    JChung2006

    • Visual Studio
    • IE 7
      • IE Developer Toolbar
      • Fiddler
    • IE 6
      • Virtual PC 2007
      • IE Developer Toolbar
      • Fiddler
    • Firefox
      • Firebug
    • Safari
      • Web Inspector
      • Drosera
    • Outlook
    • Word
    • SQLCMD (SQL Server) or SQLPLUS (ORACLE)

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    harumscarum

    excel, notepad, outlook, messenger, some sql tool, web browser

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    jamie

    ps - to slack

    just tired

    i do tire of fp jibes though

    im just human

    signing out

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    brian.​shapiro

    solitaire

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    TommyCarlier

    Visual Studio, SQL Server Management Studio, Paint.NET, Opera.

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    TommyCarlier

    Creditcard, where do you work?

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    TommyCarlier

    And those are your must-have WORK apps?

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    YearOfThe​LinuxDesktop

    jamie wrote:
    

    ummm NO.. it is the most advanced wysiwyg editor ever created - and the new expression ruins it by removing inline view tab, no draw free form tables and clutters the F out of the UI

    call me anything you like... but FP fN ROCKS

    (code too!)

    (..uh ya thats 2003 ver not before..)




    WYSIWYG editors barely support CSS I would rather use an advanced text editor than one of those

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    Rowan

    Firebug + EditPlus + Photoshop CS2

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    Erisan

    Too many to mention here (lots of small programs) but here's couple: Linux, GCC, GDB, Vim, Valgrind, oprofile, SystemTap, ssh, groff, etc.

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    Massif

    VS, whichever version I happen to have to use at the time, IE7, Outlook.

    Almost nothing else gets used, occasionally notepad gets used as a dumping ground for text.

    And to be honest I could probably work without IE7 too, and maybe even Outlook.

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